Titania

18K White Gold & Titanium Necklace, 39cts Diamonds, 3.91 & 4.28cts Fancy Yellow Diamonds, 6.51cts Emerald, 1.49cts Spessartite Garnets, Aqua-Marines, Tourmalines, Amethysts, Peridots, Spinels, Fire Opals, Tsavorite Garnets.

M - Jewel: Titania - Collection:A Midsummer Night's Dream

Titania

« What, jealous Oberon ?
– Fairies, Skip Hence » Act II, Scene 1

The extravagant Titania necklace has its name taken from the queen of fairies, a brazen and rebellious character refusing to give in to the demands of her husband Oberon, king of the elves. In the Shakespearean comedy, Titania symbolizes the woman strength, master of her own destiny. M dedicates to her this necklace whose intrepid creativity frees itself of boundaries, just like her temperament.

Amazing vines of titanium and diamond, as full of young sap, spring from the necklace to sneak around the neck, surrounding a beautiful hexagonal emerald, as if showing a barely attached leaf, and cascade down to two sumptuous pear shaped Fancy Yellow diamonds. Brightly colored stones are sown, making these wild sinuosities vibrate. Its ardor contrasts with the matte and satiny brilliance of titanium, whose presence in this necklace signs a very contemprary audacity, very becoming on women like Titania, fiery and free.

Titania

« What, jealous Oberon ?
– Fairies, Skip Hence » Act II, Scene 1

The extravagant Titania necklace has its name taken from the queen of fairies, a brazen and rebellious character refusing to give in to the demands of her husband Oberon, king of the elves. In the Shakespearean comedy, Titania symbolizes the woman strength, master of her own destiny. M dedicates to her this necklace whose intrepid creativity frees itself of boundaries, just like her temperament.

Amazing vines of titanium and diamond, as full of young sap, spring from the necklace to sneak around the neck, surrounding a beautiful hexagonal emerald, as if showing a barely attached leaf, and cascade down to two sumptuous pear shaped Fancy Yellow diamonds. Brightly colored stones are sown, making these wild sinuosities vibrate. Its ardor contrasts with the matte and satiny brilliance of titanium, whose presence in this necklace signs a very contemprary audacity, very becoming on women like Titania, fiery and free.

M - Jewel: Titania - Collection:A Midsummer Night's Dream
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